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Jul 4, 2018
If you enjoyed the last season, you'll love this one as well. If you're new to the series, definitely start with season one. c:

Episode setup:
Each episode consists of approximately 3-5 *disjoint* short skits. This is a comedy anime, so there is less of a focus on the story, art, and sound, while the jokes can be like gold. With how short and disjoint the skits are, it's honestly impressive that there is even a story. lol

Enjoyment: 10
Humor can be pretty subjective - I personally find the humor in this show beautiful. For reference, other comedies I like include Cromartie High School, Sket Dance, Tanaka-kun wa read more
May 17, 2016
Preliminary
Premise: I decided to write this review to give the perspective from someone who did not enjoy this novel, since I have only seen overly positive reviews thus far. To note, I dropped this novel around early volume 7, since I just ran out of patience for it, but 6-7 volumes seem like enough to write a review for a 9 volume story.

To start with the good! Art (10): The art is quite cool and I like it a lot. But like all novels, not much art. Regardless, this bumped my overall rating up from a 3 to a 4.

Story (5): The overarching premise of read more
Apr 1, 2016
Overview: Sometimes just spending time with someone is worth more than the world. This anime is a coming of age story first, and a romance story second. What does it mean to be friends or lovers? What is important to me? Am I happy with who I am right now? Will I be left behind by everyone else? This anime takes a more realistic version of outcast characters becoming friends or more for the first time while dealing with the pressures of high school.

Sound: The OST is beautiful. It gives a similar feeling to the OST in One Punch Man.

Character: The characters are read more
Jan 14, 2016
Preliminary
Note: Review of Web Novel

I would describe Death March as a Slice of life novel of another world. Nothing much really happens from the main male character going to tea parties with nobles, to going on a desperate multi-day quest for the sacred ingredient, pickles. The side stories include the main character nonchalantly killing off demon lords and dragon gods, and the like. Of course while killing demon lords seems uneventful to the overpowered main character, side characters and the world itself become greatly affected by such "trivial" actions. This causes several events to unfold simultaneously, building up to some interesting situations throughout the story.

Premise: read more